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Telehouse London Docklands Now Second Azure ExpressRoute

Microsoft has selected a second Azure ExpressRoute location in London. UK datacenter services provider Telehouse has been chosen by the company for this.

The Telehouse London Docklands Data Centre campus will now act as a second Microsoft Azure ExpressRoute location in the city, offering customers a direct, low-latency, dedicated path to Microsoft’s cloud services.

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Ken Sakai, Telehouse managing director, spoke on the occasion:

“More and more enterprises are seeking resilient, cost-effective, and flexible solutions for managing their hybrid IT infrastructure. We are pleased to be able to meet the demands of customers by offering this private connection to Microsoft Azure ExpressRoute in our London data centers.”

Microsoft Azure ExpressRoute service connects customers to Microsoft’s cloud services, including Microsoft Azure and Microsoft Dynamics.

There are several advantages of a private connection to Microsoft Azure ExpressRoute, including provides predictable performance for enterprises that are executing hybrid cloud strategies for their mission-critical workloads.

Telehouse, is the datacenter subsidiary of Japanese corporation KDDI. It serves more than 3000 corporations around the world via its datacenters, connectivity, and managed ICT offerings.

Find out more about Telehouse here.

Written by Fahad Ali

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